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...excerpts from my studio work at cranbrook...

SBDrive002 loaded

okay...
figured out what was wrong [ not really why it was wrong, but what and where it happened ]
i was converting the trackfiles from CetusGPS created on my pda as PDB files to GPX files using GPSBabel on the GPSVisualizer site... unfortunately that changed the timestamps somehow... they showed a different day, i don't know maybe i did something screwy, but i went back to the GPSVisualizer site and used their conversion tool and all was well. files saved as GPX format with the correct date stamps... these photos are actually closer to the exact location than the first set. i logged the points every 2 seconds and the pics are just at random times. i still have a log file from the first drive with tracks logged every second... i should re encode those images and see how the map reads then because some of those images are far from correctly tagged.
still working on the webcam pics... need to figure out how to automatically add EXIF dates...

in the meantime check out the pics

see my previous email about adding the GMIF functionality to firefox in order to view the mapped locations of each photo in the set.

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